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June 22, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Italy defeated Israel, 83-63, to move into the Group A lead of the European Olympic basketball qualifying tournament at Granada, Spain. In other games, Poland rebounded from an opening night loss to defeat Switzerland, 79-66, and France defeated Albania, 108-67.
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May 23, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ben Johnson will run Saturday in Granada, Spain, in his first 100-meter race since the 1988 Olympic Games, when he set a world record but was disqualified for using steroids. Johnson will reportedly receive $35,000 appearance money.
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April 27, 1986 | From Reuters
An earth tremor registering 4.3 on the Richter scale shook the southern city of Granada near Spain's Costa del Sol on Saturday, causing alarm but no injuries or damage, officials said.
SPORTS
May 26, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ben Johnson, running the 100-meter dash for the first time since testing positive for steroid use at the the 1988 Olympic Games, finished fifth Saturday in an international track and field meet at Granada, Spain. Johnson got off to a good start, but Dennis Mitchell of the United States blew past him at the halfway point and won by four meters in 10.18 seconds. Johnson was clocked in 10.54. Nikolai Antonov of Bulgaria finished second in 10.
NEWS
May 23, 1985
A butane gas explosion and fire at a crowded restaurant in Granada, Spain, injured 79 people and damaged nearby buildings, the civil governor's office said. Authorities said the explosion at the Meson Andaluz restaurant came just moments after police arrived at the scene and began cordoning off the area in response to complaints by neighbors of a strong gas odor.
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March 17, 1987 | From Reuters
The world's youngest Buddhist lama, a 2-year-old Spanish boy, grinned, yelled and chewed candy today as he was enthroned and venerated as the reincarnation of a dead Tibetan lama. Osel Hita, from Granada, Spain, wore the maroon robes and pointed yellow hat of a Tibetan lama as he was carried to his throne sucking a plastic toy. Osel, whose name means "clear light" in Tibetan, is the fifth child of Paco and Maria Hita, who run a Buddhist center near Granada.
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December 12, 2012 | Christopher Reynolds
Framed by a Moorish arch (or is it just a Moorish-looking arch?), a blue-green Islamic minaret (or does it just look like a minaret?) rises above tall trees in a city with about 1.5 million residents. This might be a good time to remember that the words azure, admiral, adobe, alcohol and assassin all came to English by way of Arabic. The same is true for many Spanish words. But maybe none of that matters. What city are we looking at, and when did this tower go up? Cairo; 10th century Esfahan, Iran; 18th century Las Vegas; 21st century Granada, Spain; 11th century Tijuana; 20th century Tijuana is the right answer.
BUSINESS
November 30, 2008 | Lauren Beale
Old Las Palmas compound Location: Palm Springs Description: The 1930s estate was rented to Elizabeth Taylor in the late '50s. Size: There are seven bedrooms and 9 1/2 bathrooms in 10,226 square feet of living space. Published on: Feb. 24, 2008 Listed then for: $9.2 million Listed now for: $7.8 million Agent: Scott Lyle, Scott Lyle Realtors, Palms Springs, (888) 417-3782 -- Castillo del Canon Location: Irvine's Shady Canyon Description: The newly built home was inspired by the Alhambra in Granada, Spain.
SPORTS
June 20, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Italy, Latvia and Israel won opening-round games in the European Olympic men's basketball qualifying tournament Friday in Granada, Spain. The tournament will determine the four teams from a field of 25 that advance to the Olympics. Italy defeated Switzerland, 90-61; Latvia edged Poland, 83-80, and Israel beat France, 91-69. Play at three other sites in Spain will begin Monday. Two teams from each site will advance to the tournament's final round, to be held June 29-July 5 in Zaragoza, Spain.
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April 23, 1997 | Melinda Fulmer, Melinda Fulmer covers real estate for The Times
A June groundbreaking is scheduled for the second phase of the Irvine Entertainment Center, the food and entertainment complex at the El Toro Y, according to Richard Sim, Irvine Co. executive vice president. The $65-million project, which will house more restaurants and entertainment, bears the architectural stamp of Irvine Co. Chairman Donald L. Bren. Bren traveled to the walled fortress of Alhambra in Granada, Spain, to draw inspiration for the Moorish-style center.
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